Friday, September 7, 2012

Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up: Let me host your post!


Here we go again, another weekend link-up for bloggers with kids who have special needs. Psych!

The idea

Share a favorite post of the week.

What to do

Where it says "Your name" put the name of your blog followed by the title of your post (or just the name of the post, if there's no room—you get 80 characters).

Like this: Love That Max: I Kind Of Sort Of Didn't Want To Go Back To School

Where it says "Your URL" put the direct link to the post.

Click "Enter." Leave a comment if you want to say more. Go check out some great posts.

Happy linking!

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29 comments:

  1. Hey, Ellen, so glad you had a great summer vacation and wishing you a smooth re-entry into all things school.

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  2. Thanks Ellen for the weekend Link-Up. Thought I should share 'those guns' LOL.

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  3. I really love this idea. Have come across some awesome blogs this way. Looking forward to reading through the links. Hope you all have an incredible weekend!

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  4. Ugh, it is too early and I messed up: please pretend I typed Cutest Baby Ever: Pediatric Nurses and Autism. Thanks!

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  5. Thanks, Ellen! I hope that many parents avail themselves of our NEW parent mentor program because of the opportunity you've provided for us to link up that post.

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  6. I shared my latest about leading worship and having a boy with autism. The idea we can perhaps learn from him in worship can apply to other areas of life as well.
    Many thanks, JC

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  7. Thanks for the link-up, Ellen! Hope you and the family have a great weekend :)

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  8. We're always looking for fun, inclusive things to do to keep life interesting! Thanks for the ideas!

    Amanda

    www.ncslaviks.blogstpot.com

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  9. Thanks for the link up! I really enjoy "meeting" other parents through it!

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  10. Hip, hip hooray for weekend link-ups!

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  11. I shared our happiness of a product that is found no where else out there for children and adults in wheelchairs. Koolway Sports has a great design and is made of quality material. We have been happy with two orders now, and will not hesitate to order again.

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  12. What a great idea! I have found so many great blogs once I discovered you site. We have a lot of amazing special needs parents out there!

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  13. Thanks for hosting such a great link-up! Love reading all of the posts linked up and hearing everyone's story.

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  14. Friday is our therapy free day. ;)

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  15. The post What Cami Sees was written by a guest blogger about her daughter who is visually impaired. It will really open your eyes!

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  16. Hi Ellen! I just added a post to a book review I just wrote to one of my sons favorite books at the moment: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? This book became one of his favorites rather quickly when he saw it in Rite Aid while shopping. Hope you like the review! :)

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  17. Thanks Ellen! Can't wait to visit everyone else :)

    I posted about the Axis Dance Company - I saw them on So You Think You Can Dance. Axis provides opportunities for all dancers with disabilities and without. I hope you check out my post and watch the youtube video of the performance - it's incredibly moving.

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  18. Thank you for doing this! I found some great bloggers who I didn't know about before. My post is about when you wish you had friends' problem.

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  19. My new weekend obsession - I love finding new blogs and new friends and new perspectives! And, of course, I love you, Ellen. xoxo

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  20. Love reading all the great blogs at night after my kids are in bed! Thanks, Ellen!

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  22. I'm trying out blogging about recipes I use to make blenderized meals to feed through my son's g-tube. Total work in progress. Thanks for the link up!

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  23. I put up a post from our last trip to an amusement park. Elena (spastic diplegic CP) walked a TON and for the first time, rode a "big kid" ride with a friend, not a parent. Pretty amazing.

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Thanks for sharing!